News alert. President Trump is slated to keynote the Values Voter Summit. Evangelist Dr. Alveda C. King, of Civil Rights for The Unborn is present to pray; boots on the ground.
On this morning of the 12th Annual Values Voter Summit in our nation's capital, there is a clarion call to Christians who serve at the pleasure of the king of heaven to wake up and take action to help America Turn to God. There is a looming question; should Christians vote? The answer should be obvious. Yes. Our votes in all upcoming elections are vital to this process of redeeming our land.
In Romans Chapter 13 (MSG) we find, "Be a good citizen. All governments are under God. Insofar as there is peace and order, it’s God’s order. So live responsibly as a citizen. If you’re irresponsible to the state, then you’re irresponsible with God, and God will hold you responsible."
As the sessions at values voters convene, we must take note of the colliding peripherals bringing about the necessary tensions which lead to positive transformational conversions; conversions which are noted in such corridors as life, our economy, education, and a shift in our morality. As the storms rage, the fire in our bones is being fanned during this season of uprising, as was noted at the recent and powerful Rise Up movement in Washington, D.C.
As a Frederick Douglass Republican I urge all Christians to take action in two ways: Pray for our president and all in authority (see 1 Timothy Chapter 2:2), and — always vote according to biblical principles.
Not too long ago, I visited the National African American History Museum in D.C. with President Donald J. Trump. Dr. Ben Carson and other prayerful Americans were there. I also attended when POTUS signed his Religious Freedom Executive Order in the Rose Garden.
Now, just a few days ago, I visited the site of the Susan B. Anthony memorial park in Rochester, New York and was reminded of Acts Chapter 17:26. Seeing the reenactment of abolitionist Anthony and freedom fighter Douglass in conversation reminded me that regardless of time, skin color and all humanly designed distractions, we are one blood, one human race. We should love and protect our mutual justice and freedoms.
About that same time, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 2989, the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission Act. Congressman Andy Harris, R-Md., an original co-sponsor of H.R. 2989, said this regarding its passage, "I commend my colleagues in the House for passing the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission Act."
Now, I'm at The Values Voters Summit. The peripherals are colliding. Convergence is eminent.
If you are reading this update, please pray with us, that as we repent and forgive others, God will truly forgive the sins of America; idolatry, racism, abortion, oppression of the least of these, and more. May God forgive us and let the healing begin.
Dr. Alveda C. King grew up in the civil rights movement led by her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. She is director of African-American outreach for Priests for Life and Gospel of Life Ministries. Her family home in Birmingham, Ala., was bombed, as was her father's church office in Louisville, Ky. Alveda herself was jailed during the open housing movement. Read more reports from Dr. Alveda C. King — Click Here Now.
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